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Astounding errors; the prophetic message of the Seventh-day Adventists and the chronology of Pastor C. T. Russell in the light of history and Bible knowledge (1914)

Author: Nyman, Aaron
Subject: Russell, C. T. (Charles Taze), 1852-1916; Seventh-Day Adventists
Publisher: [Chicago : Nya Vecko-Posten]
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Cornell University Library
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Collection: cornell; americana

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Reviewer: Frances Webb - - May 24, 2013
Subject: Record Updated
to ResLight:

The catalogers at the Cornell University Library agree with you, and Pastor Russell is now listed as a subject of the book, not a co-author.

Reviewer: ResLight - - May 24, 2013
Subject: Charles Taze Russell Not Author
The book appears to have Charles Taze Russell listed as an author of this book along with Aaron Nyman. Russell, however, was not an author this book with Aaron Nyman.

From what I have read so far, much of what Nyman presents does not represent what Russell actually taught in the year 1913, although I can see how Nyman reached many of his conclusions. Nyman appears to not fully understand what Russell taught about "the end of the world", salvation, atonment, etc. Nyman also appears to fail to distinguish that Russell did not utilize the teachings of the SDAs, but he did state his appreciation of many of the works of Adventists (not Seventh-Day Adventists).

Of course, in 1913, when the book was published, there was no JW organization, and Russell never believed in such an organization.

Reviewer: cabasilas - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - November 28, 2009
Subject: Of Interest to Researchers of Jehovah's Witnesses
This volume is of great historical interest to those researching the Jehovah's Witnesses (Watchtower Bible & Tract Society).

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